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## Introduction

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## Equations and Inequalities: Bottomless Worksheets

## Graphs and Lines: Bottomless Worksheets

## Functions: Bottomless Worksheets

## Polynomials: Bottomless Worksheets

## Systems of Equations: Bottomless Worksheets

## Counting and Probability: Bottomless Worksheets

## Complex Numbers: Bottomless Worksheets

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i am willing to get more worksheets on maths that subject is avery important subject

I’m 11th grade,and in my country we learned this stuff at 8th-9th grade!!come on!!!

Yes Tina, in this country as well. Unfortunately many students do not master the material then, so the course is given again in the hope that the second time is the charm.

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Sadly many do not master it, but alot of others do master it very quickly. i learned these around 7th grade. And am sure glad i did! especially now that i tutor the people who do not understand it with the depth that i do. plus its very helpful when you get to Diffy Q.

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I would like to see some harder problems. In college not all the problems will have pretty whole numbers as answers. I want rational answers, stuff that reassures I’ve mastered the material.

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im not sure what country your in but im from america and it took me 9 years sense 8th grade to learn and master the very basics. and im still not completely there yet. my girlfriend is 2 years younger then i am and she has never learned this in school at all so i am teaching her personally. we are both trying to go through college right now

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